I just changed my house's front "up-lights" to LEDs. They sit in weatherproof, lens-covered cans. This is them: [ame="http://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B000QH3NC4/ref=oh_details_o02_s00_i00"]Amazon.com: Dimmable 9W PAR20 LED Flood 45 Soft White Lamp ~ equiv. 50W: Home Improvement@@AMEPARAM@@http://ecx.images-amazon.com/images/I/51ci3NKDb7L.@@AMEPARAM@@51ci3NKDb7L[/ame] When installed with a normal rocker switch, they work great. However, I installed this timer: http://www.jascoproducts.com/timer/cat-in-wall/ge-in-wall-timer-15312.asp Now, when the timer activates and energizes the lights, they are very dim and flicker. The timer itself, whose clock and timing computer are driven by AC power, appears to be working normally, as do the other two lights on the same circuit breaker. Frankly, the single pole wiring was difficult for me, as the other two light switches were tied to the original switch for their power; once I disconnected it, they stopped working. This is a picture of my final solution, albeit the one that almost worked (except the lights are dim and flickering). For the record, I let it go for five minutes, and the LEDs didn't improve. On the plus side, nothing sparked, melted, or smoked. Either a) this switch doesn't work with these lights, or b) I've goobed up the wiring. Does anyone know if a switch that is rated for CFLs and incandescents would have a problem with LEDs? They only draw 9W each, but there are five of them on the circuit, so they should be pulling 45W total. Or, can anyone see where my problem is with the wiring? Six pack of your choice of beer to the poster who can fix me.